9118 Strada Pl #8170 Naples, FL 34108
The Mercato International Food Festival was great! Watch this video and be sure to try out the new Mercato restaurant Naples Flatbread & Wine Bar.
Naples Flatbread in Mercato Nightly Entertainment
We hope to see all of our Flatbread family out for the events. They will be a lot of fun!
Check out this great article from Scott Cherry the Food Critic for Tulsa World.
We have a lot of styles – Greek, French, Asian, Italian, veggie, seafood,” Baker said.
The menu also includes pizzas, panini, salads, lobster bisque and pasta entrees, including a popular gourmet mac and cheese. Most items are priced $10 to $15.
“The first restaurant opened as fast-casual dining geared toward women,” Desiano said. “It’s now more gourmet-casual, and we’ve added dishes to appeal to men, such as wings, osso buco and short ribs.”
Many items also are available gluten-free, said Desiano, whose corporate background included T.G.I. Friday’s, Uno Chicago Grill and Mel’s Diner.
The kitchen has no fryers, broilers or flat grills. All of the cooking is done in a hearth oven, panini presses and sophisticated ovens.
The restaurant is located just east of Yale Avenue on the north side of 71st Street. It seats about 100 in 3,400 square feet and has a full-service bar.
Naples Flatbread is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
Read more from this Tulsa World article at http://www.tulsaworld.com/scene/article.aspx?subjectid=371&articleid=20120924_371_0_FoiinR940196
Kim and Melissa Sweat wrote this nice letter to the Naples Daily News thanking Naples Flatbread & Wine Bar for their help in raising almost $1,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Here is an excerpt from the letter:
Every week we read of another restaurant that is forced to close due to the economy or other circumstances.
Yet, even during these difficult times, when asked, Naples Flatbread and Wine Bar chose to assist our family in raising funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, despite the extra costs, time and work for their dedicated staff.
The owners of the Naples Flatbread, Ralph and Palma Desiano, and their staff offered up incredible flatbreads, deserts and drinks that made our friends feel more like they were at a party, rather than just a happy hour raising money for a good cause. It was easy for all there to see why not only is the original location thriving, but also the one at Miromar Outlets, and now a third location opening at Mercato the end of May.
Thank you so much for the letter Kim and Melissa Sweat! We are happy to help.
Read the full letter here at Naples Daily News.
Naples Flatbread & Wine Bar at the Mercato International Food Fest
Thank You to everyone that came to enjoy the great food, music and outdoor fun. We had such a great time!
Please look forward to our new store opening in Mercato!
Have a great day, Flatbreaders!